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Renderings show how wedge-shaped mixed-use would squeeze behind Atlantic Station

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Plans call for more than 100,000 square feet of loft offices and a green-covered rooftop patio

A rendering of a very long flatiron-shaped building stranding about four stories above a bustling city street.
What’s in store near Atlantic Station’s Target, per developers.
Renderings: Track West Partners; architectural design: Sizemore Group

A flatiron-shaped, mixed-use office project is moving forward in Atlantic Station’s backyard, adding to a wave of new developments underway west of Midtown’s core business district.

Called 400 Bishop—after its address on Bishop Street, just north of the retail district—the proposal by developer Track West Partners would bring 130,000 square feet of “creative-class” loft office space above ground-level retail options, officials say.

Part of the ongoing transformation of the former industrial area, 400 Bishop is expected to include a mix of “neighborhood-friendly” restaurants, retail, and entertainment destinations, although Track West Partners has not yet announced tenants.

When the first 400 Bishop concepts were published by Colliers International, the project’s leasing partner, this past summer, officials said the project was on track to be complete sometime in 2021.

An earlier rendering shows a seven-story concept with shorter floors.
The rendering revealed this past summer.
Colliers International

Now, however, the developer is aiming to wrap up before the end of next year.

On what could be a related note, new renderings appear to show a slightly shorter version of the (roughly) wedge-shaped complex.

The green-covered rooftop patio space seems to have made the cut, per new renderings.

A rendering of a long brick building fronted by a sidewalk with trees and a two-way street.
Another aspect of the project.
A wide shot of the development shows how the project fits behind Atlantic Station’s Target.
The white mass to the left is the Atlantic Station Target.
A similar angle shows the rendering of 400 Bishop superimposed over the West Midtown landscape, with the Midtown and Atlantic Station skylines in the background.
As seen with downtown beyond.